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i asked donald trump when he illness they are expensive. left the white house about joe biden and he said he's only a the little girl's laughter is threat to himself and at this the best part of the video. we all need time to really point all these other democrats are only threats themselves. even joe biden, we got an laugh. check out three new podcast this week. you will of it, go to podcast exclusive advance of jill one. biden's memoir next month and she says when she met joe biden now shannon bream takes it from here. he was -- touched her. this when i get better, it will get worse and we will find more things, when young voters learn kamala harris's shannon: this is a fox news great-grandparents and her alert. the country is full. grandparents were slaveowners, that is what donald trump is some of the biggest slaveowners declaring as he towards the southern border tonight. the president praising mexico getting tougher with apprehensions on its southern in jamaica they will look at them a little differently. border, stick around for when they start looking at how highlights from donald trump. joe biden makes his first public much the green new deal might cost they will look at things different. appearance to being accused of even young voters, when i say the way to teacher kids about taxes ask them to give up 30% of their ice cream and the way you multiple women of inappropriate teach about socialism is to ask physical contact and cracking to give it to their brother or jokes about the incident. sister. >> all of us, the first paycheck, the government doesn't alexandria ocasio cortez lurches even further to the backing and anti-capitalist media outlet, run for 3, tax money is involved but young people do seem to see the role of the government differently than my generation the 2020 democratic presidential hopeful also on board. did.
let's start with donald trump at the southern border. trace gallagher has been very latest. >> absolutely true. the new generation, millennial's are in the game to get something for nothing so that is something elected officials and conservative politicians need to be mindful of. can we go back to our sharpton >> the calexico border crossings 80 miles east of san diego, donald trump toured a 2-mile stretch of a 30 foot border fence that has been rebuilt. he is using the fence to ruling the day? as a young man my grandfather illustrate his promise that the wall is underway. >> looks great, looks better and more effective than the previous told me be wary of men who wear perms. how is it america in 2019 our sharpton is the barometer of what the candidate is made of? he talked about this country not being great. he was a preacher without a church. wall. we can do it faster and it is less expensive if you can believe it so it is a better, faster and less expensive. in that great country, the greatest country in the world when the president declared a where our sharpton goes from national emergency it opened access to $3 billion of the nothing to having a tv show, $3.6 billion he requested to build the wall, this week he being the person democratic threatened to close the entire candidates rushed to, to be a border if mexico and congress black man in america with white politicians apologizing for failed to slow the flow of migrants, now the president has being white politicians. backed off that threat telling i'm excited about the direction officials at a roundtable discussion that mexico is coming through. >> i'm totally willing to close
this country is going and as the border but mexico has done more than it has ever done, they are apprehending people by the conservatives we have to continue to do what donald trump got here to begin with and have a story. thousands and bringing them back >> our sharpton is proving america is the man of 10 and 11. to their countries. >> the president was surrounded by authorities and supporters. >> great to see all of you. he even tweeted a 16 second thank you. video showing crowds cheering and waving the american flag, but should come with a bit of chicago's new mayor says it is confusion when word began time, why 16 felony charges spreading that the president would withdraw the nomination of against jussie smollett simply disappeared. longtime border official ron pattillo to beat immigration and customs enforcement. it first dhs officials thought it was a mistake until the president confirmed it. >> ron is a good man but we are going in a tougher direction. we want to go in a tougher direction. >> he thanked the president for his dedication to securing the border. there was not nearly as much difference from some democratic 2020 presidential contenders who guys do whatever it takes to deal with shave irritation. compared the administration at stanton immigration with the third reich. so, we re-imagined the razor with the new gillette skinguard.
>> calling human beings in infestation, something we might have expected to hear nazi germany. >> the president is trying to it has a unique guard between the blades. that's designed to reduce irritation during the shave. dehumanize these immigrants. >> finally the president had a because we believe all men deserve a razor just for them. message for migrant saying we can't take you anymore. i'm sorry, but our country is full. the best a man can get. gillette. they have businesses to grow shannon: you heard it, 2020 contender baidoa were comparing donald trump's immigration customers to care for rhetoric to that of nazi germany. lives to get home to former washington post editor they use stamps.com print discounted postage for any letter and former acting ice director tom homan, welcome to you both. any package any time right from your computer all the amazing services of the post office only cheaper so 2020 contender julian castro get our special tv offer said he agrees with beto a 4-week trial plus postage and a digital scale o'rourke. this is what he added to that. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again! >> it is clear we have a president who is bound and determined to dehumanize people, create fear and paranoia to
boost his own political fortunes. shannon: that is one of the strategies the nazis employed. >> when you compare the administration to nazis he needs to do his homework. he needs to study what -- ice has an entire division dedicated to the investigation, apprehension and removal of war criminals. we remove many nazi war criminals in the past few years and hundreds of people want in their home country for atrocious crimes, human rights violators, we do a lot of work. he says things so insulting to the men and women who put their lives on the line for this country every day. to be called nazis and racists and anti-immigrant, insulting to
the men and women. to stand up for the country and a daily basis. >> most of those were commenters were directed at the president himself. they condemn this type of hateful and ignorant rhetoric in the strongest possible terms. mister o'rourke should immediately apologize for his willful trivialization of the holocaust. ever okay for anyone to invoke that symbolism? >> the words are so harsh but we have 20 contenders who will say the worst things, to sound the worst anti-trump. to compare trump to nazi germany to that time is probably the worst thing you can say about trump. they got themselves on the map and 18 others will try to outdo that. they are comparing the words of this president to the words of a leader in the past that was scary and evoked hatred. that's what they were trying to say and it is very outlandish and got attention and it is all about 2020.
>> people are trying to outdo each other. lawrence jones reporting at the border has taken some heat because of the way he was dressed and what he was wearing. alexandria ocasio cortez tweeted a picture of him saying live from the border mean party city? foxes out here doing the most on a budget to make the border look >> shannon: city chicago says it more dangerous than it is. he said the border patrol agents plans to sue the "empire" with them so you are my responsibility, you are wearing the vest. shannon: city of chicago is >> that is a regulation, that is going to sue empire actor jussie smollett who is refusing to a. reimburse the cost of the investigations what authorities are calling a fake hate crime. our job is dangerous. 's attorneys are speaking out. that's why there are 200 names mike tobin has more from chicago. on the law enforcement memorial in washington dc. >> reporter: the jussie smollett legal team is defined facing the prospect of a lawsuit from the city of chicago. a letter from mark garrigus as the regulation, if they are with of this continues with the us they are required to wear a vest.
lawsuit they will demand from rahm emanuel and eddie johnson the police superintendent. it also says your unprecedented attempt to file a civil lawsuit against jussie smollett for repayment of investigation costs is unconstitutional. the city build jussie smollett i think the border is less dangerous than walls of congress. every time i go to capitol hill where she sits and works she's $130,000 for the claim that he had been attacked. surrounded by hundreds of capital police, metal detectors, to protect her. i haven't seen any criminal cartels in the halls of capitol he was notified if he did not pay by thursday this he would file suit and the actor would be hill. subject to three times the she is protected. shameful the politician would do original amount. something like this. it is a dangerous job. she doesn't understand that, bill mccaffrey said they will know when it is done. police chiefs from chicago shame on her. she's only been congressman for 3 months but do your homework. suburbs demand kim fox step down. he oversees the office to drop this is a dangerous job, these men and women put their lives on the line and people die doing this job. charges against jussie smollett and the jussie smollett case is one that they refuse to shannon: do you think the dispute whether there is danger prosecute, they get upset about at the border or not is simply partisan? why the divide over defining cases where officers were injured. >> when officers are coming into what is going on? >> it has gotten partisan. everyone wants a chunk of that my office, one of them almost have their finger bit off and we can't get felony charges. our officers are not punching. hispanic vote and they are the fastest-growing voting block in
our country and they are young. it is a young group. once you get them young they will stay democrat or republican >> rahm emanuel showed up in kim fox's corner saying she should not step down because she was elected. however she should answer some questions. shannon: thank you. and you don't know what they will do, they will vote for so they are trying to establish themselves as very pro-latino, pro-hispanic so making fun of l dramatic video from middle east where jonathan hunt is monitoring the shaky cease-fire in gaza. >> we travel to the border today jones, he's a friend, a good guy, i think they told him to wear the vest. he was told to wear that vest. i have crossed that border. i have friends who worked on the expecting as many others did that with israel and the hamas leadership in gaza actively border as agents and it can be dangerous in places. other places you don't need the vest. i'm not sure where he was negotiating a cease-fire agreement, it might be a quiet day. it did not turn out that way. what started out as a relatively standing but picking fights on twitter is not the way to go if calm day on the israeli gaza you are a politician. it is a little tacky. border suddenly burst into violence. >> 2019 -- all sides agree there is much to be done when it comes to the border. thank you very much. a group of palestinian protesters looked at the fence between israel and gaza, attempted to approach that fence. what they do is set tires on fire. that dark smoke comes from one of those tires. donald trump's new lawyer is urging the irs to reject and up skewers the view to the
democratic demands for his tax israeli defense forces sitting returns until the justice on this side of the fence and department issues legal guidance. the protesters used that opportunity to approach the fence. in this instance a group of from citing a legal opinion authored by justice ruth bader ginsburg says taxpayer privacy is fundamental to our current trying to bridge the fence. system. the israeli army rules of donald trump's lawyer saying the request is not about examining engagement dictate at that point iris policy. it's about scoring political they are able to fire live rounds that those protesters. points against donald trump. that is exactly what happened today. the shock to the so-called global elites one of donald trump's top economic advisers is burst after burst of live fire now the president of the world from those arrayed on the bank. israeli side of the fence. he worked with the trump it is a sign of how great the tensions are here. campaign in 2016 and tonight what started out as a relatively he's in charge of the global finances and has been criticized for being too big. calm day can suddenly turn into former vice president joe biden making his first public appearance since several women such violence. in all, 70 palestinians were injured. came forward alleging uncomfortable encounters and the majority of them by the cracked a few jokes about the sniper fire we so clearly heard. complaints but didn't sit well two remain in critical condition tonight. with one of his accuses. >> thank you very much.
>> this was his first appearance and he didn't waste any time at all when it came to addressing this in front of a large union americans say social media is mostly bad. that tops the roundup. a new survey by nbc news and the wall street journal reveal 50% of americans think social media does more to divide us than to crowd in washington. connect us. he's been speaking to unions for years so he was on friendly turf but when he came in front of news cameras the tough questions came. 55% says it spreads more lies the news, 61% says it spreads unfair attacks and rumors about >> i had permission to hug ronnie. public figures. and 82% believe it is a waste of time. >> former vice president joe harvard university peter brand, a possible pay for play biden poking fun at the recent criticism over his inappropriate incident, he sold his home for twice it was reportedly worth. the student was admitted to harvard shortly after and joined the fencing team. british prince harry saying the videogame fortnight should be banned. longtime credit of the game, touching, he addressed the international brotherhood of electrical workers on friday and saying it is created to addict. while he praised the union he brought the conversation back to the latest headlines featuring his name. it is one of the most popular >> he gave me permission to touch him. >> reporter: eight women have come forward accusing the former games worldwide, more than 250 vp of unwanted touching. following his remarks on stage million registered players. two major bills passing approval in maryland, one could make
he became more measured after the event. >> i'm not sorry for any of my attentions or anything i have maryland the first state to ban ever done. i've never been disrespectful polystyrene from containers and intentionally to a man or woman. cups to confine the use of single age plastics. the bill is on larry hogan's desk. no sign of you will signed into law. >> the first woman to kick up the recent accusations responded forcefully on twitter, lucy florez tweeting to make light of something as serious as consent degrades the conversation women everywhere are courageously trying to have. earlier in the day donald trump amazon, congresswoman alexandria ocasio cortez doing anti-capitalist training. we will tell you about it next. was asked about biden's tough week. >> is going through a situation, let's see what happens. i don't see him as a threat. is been there a long time. >> those comments came after the president spent the last few days taunting biden on social media it in >>. >> what's your reaction to donald trump's taunts on twitter? >> look. everybody knows who donald trump is. >> when asked about the 2020 run for the white house the former vice president gave this katie response.
>> i'm told by lawyers i have to got to be careful what i say so that i don't start a clock ticking and change my status, but i am very close to making a decision to stand before you all relatively soon. it's going to be passover >> he sounds like it will be a candidate. in just a few days. may just be a matter of when. one thing i can tell you, he said he does announce the wants and these people are in desperate need. to be the last person to announce, presumably he's these are very difficult times for israel and the jewish people. talking about campaign attorneys. as the government spends more and more of it's resources for battling terrorism. shannon: a huge potential field out there. all right, nice job. the situation has become a crisis. every week the lines get longer and longer. jockeying for outdoors out of -- there are more people who come than they expect how sharpton's endorsement the because the numbers keep growing. right strategy for 2020 democrats? the power panel breaks it down next. , we really pride ourselves on making it easy its difficult to have to see to get your windshield fixed. people in this situation with safelite, you can see exactly when we'll be there.
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fellow at the cato institute. thank you for being with us. you see a little bit of the video from this group. the congresswoman added how on earth can young people whose wages are flat, cost-of-living skyrocketing experience increased instability expected to live shorter lifespans dare question the larger economic forces in their lives? >> this should be a brief moment of bipartisan understanding i can customize each line for each family member? because finally democrats understand how republicans felt yup. and since it comes with your internet, the last two years opening their you can switch twitter feed and being terrified wireless carriers, what the president is going to and save hundreds of dollars a year. are you pullin' my leg? write next. nope. you sure you're not pullin' my leg? many democrats think the same thing when they watch this i think it's your dog. twitter feed. oh it's him. good call. now she is supporting a group, get the data options you need, and still save hundreds of dollars. do you guys sell other dogs? now that's simple, easy, awesome. customize each line by paying for data by the gig several of the participants call or get unlimited. themselves not just socialists and now get $250 back when you buy a new samsung galaxy. but even communists has want to
click, call, or visit a store today. abolish capitalism and private property entirely and to me it seems these are people who do not want to win the next election because this is a >> shannon: developments tonight coming out of the al sharpton primary where democrats hoping fringe movement but they have a lot of power among the young and to score the 2020 nomination are the energized part of the shannon: major developments out of the house sharpton primary democratic party. were democrats hoping to score the 2020 nomination are staking out their position on issues like reparations for slavery. there are all kinds of topics. >> they cover the gambit, shannon: andrew yang is talking about universal basic income. everyone paid homage to reverend something they did a study on in out. finland and what they did find on a day of strong job numbers according to courts is a contributor to progressive think tank the most on what happened in finland. and continuing able run on the they found ubi has no effect on employment. markets democratic candidates courted members of our sharpton's national action network, seemed to agree universally that america is in but happiness, health and bad shape. well-being, which most of us would not be surprised. >> there's something fundamentally wrong in this nation. >> i believe that capitalism is >> justice means recognizing the most efficient form of domestic terrorism including wealth creation man has ever white nationalist extremism. >> field jim crow is no new jim
crow. known. to be sure, we can address >> donald trump is tearing the moral fabric of this country apart. issues some of which alexandria >> they have big ideas how to fix it with your tax money. ocasio cortez spoke of income any quality and job creation. the way to do it is not redistribution. the way to do it is through no government program is too ambitious or expensive for consideration. giving people the means to get ahead through hard work, taking >> we are going to create a responsibility, that is the medicare for all single-payer american way. program, healthcare is a human right, not a privilege. >> i have proposed what will be the first in the history of our we are not finland, we are not sweden and those countries had their own problems too especially sweden. country federal investment. i really think johann is not in teacher pay. >> if you are elected president only right, we're going to lose the next election but we could in such a bill was passed would you sign the bill for lose elections for time to come if we don't as a party reject reparations? >> yes i would. >> war and briefly mentioned taking the wealthiest americans socialism, redistribution and a and taxing them to pay for her plan to provide childcare for theory of blaming others for our own situation. shannon: so many people citing free. our sharpton drew a dozen 2020 socialism as a good option. do you think they are
hopefuls to universally praised misinformed? you give them some credit. him and lamented gaps in black wealth and homeownership saying >> when it comes to scandinavian stats donald trump pointed to don't matter, the unemployment rate forever, americans is countries, so interesting how dropped from 7.9%, to 6.7 and sweden and other scandinavian countries are managing examples of socialism. i'm a swede originally, just average weekly income is up $37 which is that all that happened made a documentary, sweden, at sharpton's convention it would do little to change the political conversation but the listens for america, ocasio cortez wants america to be more 2020 hopefuls were not the only like sweden. then they reform social speakers. alexandria ocasio cortez took the stage and as my grandmother would say, don't listen to what she said but how she said it. security, abolish taxes on things like inheritance and >> i'm proud to be a bartender, property because sweden liberalized dramatically in the nothing wrong with that. last few years because we tried socialism in the 1970s, and the 1980s. there is nothing wrong with working retail, folding clothes for other people to buy. there is nothing wrong with preparing the food your that was the moment sweden began to lag behind. neighbors will lead. we didn't create jobs in the private sector, wages did not >> twitter went crazy with some accusing cortez of using a fake increase, the social democratic
accent that was both racist and prime minister at the time said accused the accusers of making up and cortez responding, quote, these policies were absurd, democratic socialism did not work. we had to try something else. it is perfect to see how every shannon: many major policies did change. aspect of my life is weapon iced against me. an interesting documentary. whoever you want the victim to be, take your pick. it is worth checking out, thank you very much. >> thanks. palestinian activists posting former vice president joe biden did not take the progressive mock eviction notices on the litmus test at the national action network. after making jokes about his touchy -- he wants to distance doors of jewish students and at himself from toxic socialism. >> the definition of progressive yale university discriminating seems to be changing and it is against christians, night court, you're the jerry. and exercise is dangerous, check are you a socialist. this out, a car plows into this if you look at the polling data guy's work out. we will show you what happens next. and look at the actual results the party has not moved however you want to characterize it. the fact of the matter is the vast majority of members of the
democratic party are still basically liberal, moderate democrats. shannon: let's talk about it with doug showing, david marr tossed the lands of esther smith. welcome to all of you. last part of what he says the vast majority of democrats are liberal moderates. he doesn't think most of the folks out there who are voting would classify as democrats are down with the super left stuff. that seems to be unless he gets and where most of the field is. >> this is what happens during a primary. candidates run for the fringes and have to scramble back to the center during a general election but all this talk about slavery reparations a little like the green new deal, completely safe for people on the fringes to endorse it now because it is never going to happen. we don't hold people responsible for the sins of their
great-great-grandparents so that is not going to happen and neither is the health plan so these folks can run to the left. joe biden is right, most democrats don't want the far left flavor of what the primary is offering and that is why joe biden will wait until the end to get in and he will be seen as the centrist voice of reason the democratic primary. shannon: this is what pat buchanan said, as of today the unannounced front runner joe biden who is taking fire for many quarters appears to be the last man standing between sanders socialism and the democratic nomination. >> it is clear that the activist base of the democratic party, the donors, those who work in campaigns and those who speak the loudest are on the far left many being socialist.
it's also true there is a silent majority in the middle of moderate liberals but they are not the ones speaking out. joe biden in a poll this week was 20 points ahead of donald trump would be an ideal nominee but i think it will be tough to nominate him given the attacks he has already taken and what is sure to come and what is even worse is he knows that will happen which is why i think he has the latest announcement as long as he has. shannon: what do you make of this. we heard a lot is david talked about and abolishing ice, the electoral college coming getting rid of the legislative filibuster, the green new deal, open borders, the list goes on and on. are those candidates running for the left going to split the vote if someone like joe biden does take the middle of the party with him? >> is someone who has been watching this it seems to me the ultraliberal candidates are getting most of their ideas in florida and castro's cuba. those ideas will not play in
mainstream america in 2019. americans are people who believe in working for a hard day's pay and making this country the best it can be. attacking america saying america isn't great, those are not arguments or ideas that will attract voters. i don't believe joe biden is the last man standing between america and socialism. the last man and woman standing shannon: emory university is investigating fake eviction notices on the doors of jewish students by pro-palestinian activists. between america and socialism our moderate voters in the middle of our country, the ones they say their rooms is who made donald trump the scheduled for demolition in president to begin with. those other people i'm counting on to make sure common sense three days claiming palestinians rules the day. had their homes destroyed. students say they are stunned and offended. >> look at the numbers, we see new polls all the time that show the younger generation doesn't have a negative impression of a >> upset to see such hateful anti-semitic language written on lot of these ideas. a statement on my door that there are a lot of younger voters say i wouldn't be uncomfortable living in a seemed to have been approved by socialist country. the administration, a violation of privacy and security.
shannon: they, quote, did not they are potentially going to go to the polls. >> absolutely, shannon. when you ask whether they prefer comply with posting guidelines socialism or capitalism a and the flyers were removed. in reviewing this incident we found no evidence individual students or a particular group were targeted. majority of millennials prefer socialism and when you ask them how they want to pay, they want time for night court. on the docket tonight, is gail somebody else, the rich, to pay. law school discriminating against christians? the prestigious law school they believe in redistribution, they don't believe in the kind announced it will no longer of inclusive economic growth the democratic party historically has been committed to. offer financial support to students who work in organizations that discriminate on the basis of, quote, sexual orientation and gender identity. they mean groups like religious charities. calling for a federal probe gop senator josh holly says depriving a student of resources available to everybody else because of a religion is not just wrong. for students receiving federal funds it is illegal. the legal eagles, family law and defense attorney and president and general counsel for the center of life, liberty, welcome to you both.
exhibit back, this is a law school female that went around saying yale law school does not and should not support this, nation against its own students financially or otherwise. obviously the law school cannot prohibit a student from working from an employer who discriminates but that is not a reason yale law school should bear any obligation to fund that work. >> first of all yale is a violation of their own policy. they had a nondescript nation policy that says they won't discriminate based on religion and that is exactly what they are doing. they are also in violation of federal law. to receive all the government money yale receives, they cannot discriminate based on religion and additionally donald trump and the administration are saying the free speech of students, where they want to work is being violated by these institutions but they shouldn't be receiving federal funds. it is shocking that yale would kowtow to a special interest
group and deny the religious rights of its students. shannon: ted cruz is interested, he chairs the subcommittee on the senate judiciary committee and has written a letter saying federal civil rights law on religious faith and recipient of these funds, obligated to comply with these protections. he wants them to turn over everything they have, which students they will help depending on where they work. >> stop this gravy train before it leaves the station. this is crazy. what these students are saying is because yale has decided not to fund students who work for organizations that do discriminate that yale is discriminating against them because they won't sanction their right to discriminate. it is crazy.
yale is a private institution. it is not bound by the federal antidiscrimination laws. if they receive federal funding, they have tax-exempt status they could lose tax-exempt status or federal funding if they are deemed to be in violation of the discrimination laws but they are not. they are simply refusing to fund students who work for organizations that practice the discrimination. shannon: a closing argument from both of you, 20 seconds to convince the jury at home. >> discrimination against religion is a violation of the law, yale should lose their tax-exempt status and be punished for treating the religious people like second-class citizens. if this was discrimination based on race there would be an outcry. religion is being treated like a second-class right. shannon: sharon? >> yale is not discriminating against people based on their religion. they have not denied admission
to anybody based on religion. as a private school they could deny somebody based on religion if that was there choosing. that would be just fine. they decided they are not going to fund students who work for organizations that discriminate. there you have it. shannon: you made your cases. folks at home, you are the jury. there will be congressional investigations and sweet we will see how that turns out. our midnight hero next. on making it easy elves to get your windshield fixed. with safelite, you can see exactly when we'll be there. saving you time for what you love most. >> kids: whoa! >> kids vo: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace ♪ 't easy. 12 hours? 20 dogs? where's your belly rubs? after a day of chasing dogs you shouldn't have to chase down payments. (vo) send invoices and accept payments to get paid twice as fast. (danny) it's time to get yours! (vo) quickbooks. backing you.
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